Mnemic Shooting New Music Video For "I've Been You"
Danish modern metal machine Mnemic will team up with Swedish director Patric Ullaeus of the Revolver Film Company AB (In Flames, Dimmu Borgir) tomorrow to shoot a clip for the band’s single "I've Been You," taken from the new album, "Mnemesis," in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Commented guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie: "Looks like we are hooking up with our old time friend and film director Patric. As you probably know or don't know, he did most of our videos, and each and every one has been outstanding to us.
"This time around we'll be shooting the video in an old factory (surprise surprise), to create a cold harsh uncompromising type of atmosphere that won't even melt such a warm melodic song as 'I've Been You.' We are super excited for the video shoot, and can't wait to see the final result! Keep an eye out for this space!"
The new album "Mnemesis" was released earlier this Summer in North America, and you can stream the song "Junkies On The Storm" at this location.
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